ARE YOU A WINNER?Thank you for participating in the Tucson Rodeo Drive-Thru ParadeSimply by your participation in our event, you have been entered into our FREE raffle. To find out if you have won a prize: Bag Number – You have won0028 – 2 Pottery Pieces Women of the Wind and vase0075 -Yellow Tie Down…

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The Rodeo Parade Committee mourns the loss of one of its iconic members, Bud Krietemeyer.  Bud was an active member of the committee for over 54 years, more than half of the parade’s 95 years of existence and the longest tenured member in our history.  He volunteered to assist in the annual parade several years…

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CURT SULLIVAN SWEEPSTAKES AWARD Little Mexico Steakhouse # 316 CHAIRMAN’S AWARD Navy Band Southwest # 209 JUDGES AWARD Cash Time Title Loans, Inc # 223 20 BAND Bucky Steele Marching Canyon del Oro Band # 400Paul Grimes Proformance Foothills Falcon Marching Band from Catalina Foothills HS #200 1 BEST MOUNTED WESTERN MALE First Place Flint…

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They have been called “The Greatest Generation.” They left family, friends, and loved ones, put their lives on hold and answered their country’s call when it needed them most to help save the world from tyranny. They fought on the continents of Europe, Asia, and Africa and in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. At various…

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CURT SULLIVAN SWEEPSTAKES AWARD Greater So. AZ Area Chapter of the 9th & 10th Calvary Assoc. CHAIRMAN’S AWARD USAF Honor Guard Drill Team JUDGES AWARD HSL Properties 20 BAND Bucky Steele Marching – Desert View “Pride of the Jaguars” Marching Band Paul Grimes Performance – Tucson High Magnet School Marching 100 1 BEST MOUNTED WESTERN…

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2018 Rodeo Parade Winners   CURT SULLIVAN SWEEPSTAKES AWARD #425 – Modelos y Charros Regionales de Arizona CHAIRMAN’S AWARD #217 – Truly Nolen JUDGES AWARD #309 – El Rio Santa Cruz Health Center 20 BAND Bucky Steele Marching #120 – Buena High School Marching Colts Paul Grimes Performance #200 – Catalina Foothills High School Band…

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Tucson Rodeo Parade announces Tucson Conquistadores as 2018 Grand Marshal   Tucson Arizona. (Jan. 18, 2018) In 1962, John Glenn became the first American to orbit the earth and Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points in a single basketball game. That same year 41 visionary Tucson businessmen and professionals pledged to inspire local youngsters to achieve…

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The Museum is proud to host The National Stagecoach & Freight-Wagon Association during their 11th Annual Conference meeting in Arizona March 15-18th, 2018.  On Friday, March 16, the Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum will have the Association in the Museum. To register for this event, please see the below documents. REGISTRATION FORM TUCSON 2018 PAGE ONE…

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The Parade Museum has acquired many of the farm and ranch implements previously owned by POWER FROM THE PAST, and are building new displays to accommodate them. Two of these pieces are a Corn Binder (John Deere) and a Manure Spreader (NEW HOPE), both wonderfully restored. There are 10 more pieces being added.  The display…

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